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Google safe search delivering Nudes, again!

Discussion in 'Google' started by scubita, Dec 30, 2008.

  1. #1
    :eek: Wtf is going on these days at Google? Lot's of safe queries flooded with nude pics lately! I don't want my kid to search for Fat Beauty and gets a nude guy at google's first page...!

    Jesus... so many bla bla and new tools but seems the algo is getting dumber :mad:
    SEMrush
     
    scubita, Dec 30, 2008 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Zerosleep

    Zerosleep Established User

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    hahaha! a nude guy + a nude girl in the search results for fat beauty =)) just wondering why would anyone (specially kids) search for Fat Beauty :confused: I would rather search for Beautiful girls or something like that :p
     
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  3. scubita

    scubita Peon

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    Yeah but you get my point. And this is not the first, nor second query that i find with adult rated pics! Safe search IS ON, so no need to deliver these kind of pics.
     
    scubita, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    ms2134 Well-Known Member

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    I am interested how you came across this result.

    But... Either way.. Yes Google should take more care.

    Maybe a little contact with them, might make them aware of the issues.

    ~ Mike
     
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  5. scubita

    scubita Peon

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    Looking for pics to show off here. :D

    There's no spam alert at search result page.
     
    scubita, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    becoolufull Banned

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    yes nudity and yahoo wrote an article on youtube sexual contents. You must See It In recommended at yahoo
     
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    Ripped Well-Known Member

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    Noone is perfect, they filter out most of the adult stuff, but they cannot always filter 100% of the info, it's just a computer alghorithm , give them a break
     
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  8. scubita

    scubita Peon

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    Lol? What about a spam/shitty content report button?
     
    scubita, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    sweetfunny Banned

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    True, i had a 100% legitimate site penalized severely to the point it's in the hundreds for a search of the domain name and a page title. It got posted in Google groups and even the regulars who tear sites apart couldn't fault it.

    So.. I stole my own content, threw it up on another domain and outranked myself now the site has hundreds of #1's and growing daily.

    Go figure.
     
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    oseymour Well-Known Member

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    they do a pretty good job with youtube filtering...
     
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    even though google is a big company, they can't check each and every pictures for nudity.
     
    asholar, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    I have not noticed this or had this happen to me yet. But I normally turn the filter off anyway as it sometimes hides results that don't need hiding IMO.
     
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    There should be some way to check this, Our kids shouldn't come across this. Volunteering should excell instead of corporate, to keep a check on these things
     
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    Hey listen anyone that searches 'fat beauty' deserves to be getting nude disgusting photos! Who would even search for that?
     
    HydroJohn, Dec 30, 2008 IP
  15. sweetfunny

    sweetfunny Banned

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    Yeah they can, they just turn it in to a game and get thousands of monkeys to do it free to save their precious corporate dollar.

    http://images.google.com/imagelabeler/
     
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    Haha, oxymorons trigger pr0n on Google.
     
    Letcha, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    #17
    Obviously the porn websites found a way around Google's safe search filter. It's not much different than some spam website finding a way to get Google rankings.

    It is not really feasible for Google to stay ontop of something like this. Google is not going to waste money to pay thousands of people to do image searches all day long.

    It also isn't very feasible to have a report spam button. Everybody would be reporting all of their competitors as spam. Then Google would have millions of spam reports to sort through.

    The best they can do is keep working to make their algorithm catch these things. Meanwhile porn spammers will keep trying to find ways around it.

    Relying on Google to block questionable content for your kids is irresponsible. You can use cybernanny or any other safe content filtering software. Or you could only allow your kids to use kid friendly websites. Better yet, you could monitor what they view instead of using the computer as a babysitter. This is the same as parents who complain about sex & violence on tv, yet they don't try to control what their kids watch.
     
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  18. scubita

    scubita Peon

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    Yeah, we've seen some major flaws since last update, and my sites still ranking 5th page - all of them. Well, except for 1 no content blog that ranks #3 for a major auto related keyword. 1 Miserable post filled with lorem ipsum. :p


    Guess no volunteering cause people will try to scam.


    Yeah, You're right.


    Your dad? :rolleyes:


    Anyways, the picture has been deleted from that query. Guess Google team surfs Digital Point. Any engineer to take a look at my sites? :rolleyes:
     
    scubita, Dec 30, 2008 IP
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    Interesting, the Premium Adsense Publisher cloaking Adsense pages and banking big bucks is still fully indexed and dominating the SERP's though.

    It clearly sends the message that it's ok to serve Googlebot content, and search visitors Ads instead.
     
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    No Im not a dad but come on why would children / teenagers / adults look for that sort of stuff?
     
    HydroJohn, Dec 30, 2008 IP